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Venezuelan assembly declares 'coup' by Maduro govt

The president of the Venezuelan National Assembly, Henry Ramos Allup, leads an extraordinary session of the National Assembly, in Caracas on October 23, 2016Venezuela's opposition-majority legislature declared that President Nicolas Maduro's government had committed a coup d'etat by blocking a referendum on removing him from power, vowing mass protests and international pressure. The measure came during an emergency session on the economic and political crisis gripping the South American oil giant, which briefly descended into chaos when a group of Maduro supporters forced its way past security guards and burst into the National Assembly, causing lawmakers to halt the proceedings for 45 minutes.

Clinton calls Trump a 'sore loser'

U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks at campaign rally in Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.By Luciana Lopez and Emily Stephenson CHARLOTTE, N.C./NAPLES, Fla. (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called Donald Trump a "sore loser" on Sunday because of his refusal at their debate last week to commit to accepting the results of the Nov. 8 election. Clinton, a former secretary of state, said Trump's comments were more consistent with what dictators in non-democratic countries might say about their opponents. "To say you won?t respect the results of the election, that is a direct threat to our democracy," Clinton told a rally at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

Asian stocks subdued, dollar hovers near nine-month high

People walk past an electronic board displaying various Asian countries' stock price index and world major index outside a brokerage in TokyoAsian stocks were subdued early on Monday after Wall Street's sluggish performance at the end of last week, while the dollar hovered near nine-month highs as fresh comments from a Federal Reserve official boosted bets of a rate hike by year-end. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan inched down 0.1 percent. Japan's Nikkei stood little changed, while South Korea's Kospi gained 0.4 percent.

Oil prices drop as Iraq says doesn't want to join OPEC cut

Flames emerge from a pipeline at the oil fields in Basra, southeast of BaghdadBy Henning Gloystein SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices fell early on Monday as Iraq said it wanted to be exempt from any deal by producer cartel OPEC to cut production to prop up the market, and as U.S. drillers stepped up work. International Brent crude oil futures were trading at $51.61 per barrel at 0051 GMT, down 17 cents from their last close. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were down 20 cents at $50.56 a barrel.

Chargers beat Falcons 33-30 in OT on Lambo's 42-yard FG

San Diego Chargers kicker Josh Lambo (2) celebrates after overtime of an NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, in Atlanta. The Chargers won 33-30. (AP Photo/David Goldman)ATLANTA (AP) ? Josh Lambo said kicking his game-winning field goal ? his fourth of the game ? was no more difficult than an extra point.

LEADING OFF: Cubs, Indians loosen up day before World Series

Cleveland Indians' Danny Salazar pitches a simulated game during a team practice for baseball's upcoming World Series against the Chicago Cubs, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Aaron JosefczykA look at what's happening all around the majors Monday:

Obama says Nevadans have drawn a winning hand with Democrats

President Barack Obama and Democratic Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto wave to the crowd during an event at Cheyenne High School in North Las Vegas, Nev., Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016. Obama is in Nevada to boost Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and help Democrats in their bid to retake control of the Senate. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)LAS VEGAS (AP) ? Getting into the Las Vegas spirit, President Barack Obama told Nevadans late Sunday they have a winning hand in Democrats Hillary Clinton and Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto.

10 Things to Know for Monday

Riot police take position near a makeshift migrant camp known as "the jungle" near Calais, northern France, Sunday Oct. 23, 2016. French authorities say the closure of the slum-like camp in Calais will start on Monday and will last approximatively a week in what they describe as a "humanitarian" operation. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:

Tour bus slams into truck on slowed-down highway, killing 13

This photo provided by KMIR-TV shows the scene of crash between a tour bus and a semi-truck crashed on Interstate 10 near Desert Hot Springs, near Palm Springs, in California's Mojave Desert Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016. Multiple deaths and injuries were reported. (KMIR-TV via AP)PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) ? A tour bus returning home to Los Angeles from a casino trip plowed into the back of a semi-truck on a California highway early Sunday, killing 13 people and injuring 31 others, authorities said.

Clinton looks to consolidate lead over Trump

US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks at Union Baptist Church in Durham, North Carolina, on October 23, 2016With just over two weeks to go before Americans vote for a new president, Hillary Clinton -- who has widened her lead over Donald Trump -- is stepping up her efforts in key battleground states to consolidate her lead. The Democratic former secretary of state, who is vying to be America's first female president, leads the Republican real estate mogul among likely voters by 50 percent to 38 percent, according to a national ABC News poll. "We are behind," Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway admitted Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press," nevertheless insisting that the race was not over.